ArtSlant - gallery hop words, materials, and a remembrance with ed schad
Listening to Shulman’s pronouncements, he suggested that he was the only one that understood buildings and that he understood them because they were right and he was right – there was one way of doing things and they knew how to do it. In an artworld marked primarily by flux, contingency, and uncertainty, Shulman’s redoubtable faith echoed both the best and the worst of modernism. Unshakeable certainty is called integrity in some quarters, obdurate in others.
“How do workshops with you work, Julius,” I asked.
“Well, the students take a photograph of a building. I take a photograph of a building. Then, I tell them why mine is better.”
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